This beautiful dresser made by Kindel was the top of the line in the early to mid twentieth century. We have given it an update by painting the case in a custom union blue mix, then topcoated it and created a custom glaze with mineral spirits and black wax to give the body depth and a richer darkness. The drawers were left in their natural state and cleaned and then polished with ground pumice, rottenstone and parafin oil to really show off the original beautiful finish.
Happy Friday friends! I hope you're week went well and you've made some fun and relaxing plans for your weekend. You deserve it! Before we start the weekend, I'd like to treat you to some furniture re-do's from Jacqui at Porta Verde Studio. We've been chatting-it-up online for the last...
What do you do when a wood sideboard — covered in deep scratches and other marks — needs a makeover but you’re not looking to brighten it with a coat of white? You could go with a color, or you could skip straight to something dramatic and do what Suzanne did. From Suzanne: This vintage sideboard was in need of a makeover. It had many deep scratches along the top and other marks and scratches.
Our upcycled furniture portfolio showcases a selection of our upcycled furniture projects and hopefully should guide you with your upcycled furniture ideas. If you can’t find what you’re looking for please contact us, we have new projects everyday and have upcycled most types of furniture.